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A total of 219 posts are filed under Patient Stories
“Right To Try” Bill Bittersweet for Parents of Gabe Griffin
As 10-year-old Gabe Griffin bounced a basketball with his friends in mid-June, few people would ever figure this energetic young boy was… Continue Reading
My Hydro Warrior: What My Son’s Shocking CT Scan Revealed
What is Hydrocephalus? Hydrocephalus is a brain condition that occurs when cerebral spinal fluid is unable to drain from the brain, causing… Continue Reading
Hannah’s Story: National Gaucher Foundation Gears Up for Conference
Written by Carrie Ostrea, Hannah’s mommy Our Little Miss Hannah was born on July 25, 2008. She was 6 pounds 11 ounces and 19 inches long… Continue Reading
About My Bianca: Why We Love Her
by Jill Brandon Bianca will be 17-years-old next week on June 10. She has polymicrogyria and microcephaly. My heart is full to overflowing… Continue Reading
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Fachadas de la universidad de Chile en alameda

Foto Felipe Fredes F/ La Tercera.
Understanding Iron Balance is Vital to Treat Friedreich’s Ataxia
Maintaining iron balance in the mitochondria is of great importance to cell health and is a prominent area of study to understand… Continue Reading
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Chancellor to Recognize Rare Disease Research Advocate at Commencement 2015
Monica Coenraads holds a master of business administration degree in international finance, but it’s the world of science in which she’s… Continue Reading
Woman Battles Rare Syringomyelia Disease in Maryville
A Maryville woman is battling a rare disease called syringomyelia. Lisa Campbell was diagnosed with it after a car crash in 2006.… Continue Reading